Service

For us, it is important that you feel safe with your Rototilt product, and we do this by offering you high-quality service through our dealers and service providers and promptly supplying spare parts for your machine.

Spare parts

You can always find spare parts for your tiltrotator system quickly, securely and easily in Rototilt’s web catalogue.

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Frequently asked technical questions

A tiltrotator is mounted between your machine coupler and tool. This allows you to tilt the tool and rotate it 360° for easier access in all directions, enabling you to take on many profitable new jobs that may have been too difficult before. Read more here

A tiltrotator is mounted between your machine coupler and tool. This allows you to tilt the tool and rotate it 360° for easier access in all directions, enabling you to take on many profitable new jobs that may have been too difficult before. Read more here

Your machine coupler is mounted on the excavator, enabling you to switch between tools. The attachment frame is located on the top of the tiltrotator and can be connected to the machine or a machine coupler. The quick coupler is located under the tiltrotator, enabling use of tools with a corresponding system.

Your machine coupler is mounted on the excavator, enabling you to switch between tools. The attachment frame is located on the top of the tiltrotator and can be connected to the machine or a machine coupler. The quick coupler is located under the tiltrotator, enabling use of tools with a corresponding system.

We refer to our QuickChange™ technical solution as a “fully automatic quick coupler system”. It allows you to disconnect and connect tools or tiltrotators quickly and automatically without leaving the cab.

We refer to our QuickChange™ technical solution as a “fully automatic quick coupler system”. It allows you to disconnect and connect tools or tiltrotators quickly and automatically without leaving the cab.

Here you will find a summary of the tightening torques for our tiltrotators. A PDF will open on a new tab.

Tightening torques R1
Tightening torques R2
Tightening torques R3
Tightening torques R4
Tightening torques R5 – R8

Here you will find a summary of the tightening torques for our tiltrotators. A PDF will open on a new tab.

Tightening torques R1
Tightening torques R2
Tightening torques R3
Tightening torques R4
Tightening torques R5 – R8

When we launched the RT60 tiltrotator in 1997, we switched to oil-filled rotor housings. Our research director, Richard Larker, explains more:

“Oil has special properties that are particularly beneficial for tiltrotators. Cog contact in a worm gear is characterized by significant friction, which produces heat. This heat is dissipated by the oil to the entire rotor housing, which is something that does not occur with grease.”

When we launched the RT60 tiltrotator in 1997, we switched to oil-filled rotor housings. Our research director, Richard Larker, explains more:

“Oil has special properties that are particularly beneficial for tiltrotators. Cog contact in a worm gear is characterized by significant friction, which produces heat. This heat is dissipated by the oil to the entire rotor housing, which is something that does not occur with grease.”

Rototilt recommends oil with part no. 1017656, which is available in 5-liter containers. The first oil change should be at 500 hours and then every 1000 hours.

Rototilt recommends oil with part no. 1017656, which is available in 5-liter containers. The first oil change should be at 500 hours and then every 1000 hours.

The oil level should be checked every 160 hours. It is checked by tilting the tiltrotator approximately 20°. The oil level should then be at the lower edge of the filler hole.

The oil level should be checked every 160 hours. It is checked by tilting the tiltrotator approximately 20°. The oil level should then be at the lower edge of the filler hole.

R1, RT10 = 0.2 l
R2, RT20B = 0.45 l
R3, RT30 = 1.0 l
R4, RT40B = 1.5 l
R5, R6, RT60 = 2.0 l
R8, RT80 = 3.0 l
R9 = 5.0 l

R1, RT10 = 0.2 l
R2, RT20B = 0.45 l
R3, RT30 = 1.0 l
R4, RT40B = 1.5 l
R5, R6, RT60 = 2.0 l
R8, RT80 = 3.0 l
R9 = 5.0 l

Rototilt uses a quick-drying polyurethane paint.
Color codes RAL:
Red, 3002.
Black, 9005.

Rototilt uses a quick-drying polyurethane paint.
Color codes RAL:
Red, 3002.
Black, 9005.

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